Sikorsky S-33


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Sikorsky S-33

Two S-33 Messengers were built, the first in 1926 as a racing aircraft with a 60hp Wright Gale aircooled engine, the second in 1927 as a two-seat utility aircraft with a 60hp Lawrence. The racer was flown by Al Krapish, one of the company's earliest employees and a passenger on the first unhappy flight of the S-29A. It spanned 9.75m and had a speed of 165km/h.

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